Feith Family Wellness and Free Weight Center Construction

June 3, 2024

Progress Photos 5/16/24

Progress Photos 4/22/24

Progress Photos 4/5/24

Renderings of the New Space!


The Feith Family YMCA will begin a major renovation project at the end of March to the Wellness and Free Weight Center.  


In 2022, the Feith Family YMCA surveyed its members to find out what they were using and wanted to see at the Y. Because of these results, a task force comprised of community members, volunteers, and experts was formed. Additionally, a firm was hired to measure our equipment usage. From the member survey, equipment usage data, and research, a comprehensive plan of action was formed.  


“These plans incorporate new cutting-edge equipment representing the trends in fitness and satisfying the demands and expectations of our current and prospective members,” said Matt McCann, Branch Director. “We are thrilled to update this space for our members.” 


“The Kettle Moraine YMCA Association purchased the Feith Family YMCA in 2014 and has been serving Ozaukee County communities for over nine years. “However, our building is 25 years old,” said Rob Johnson, Kettle Moraine YMCA CEO. “Maintaining and updating this space is crucial for its future.”  


“During the renovation, cardio equipment and free weights will be available in temporary locations throughout the building,” said Matt McCann, Branch Director. “We are really excited for our members to see the final result and have an amazing space to exercise and lift weights.” 


The two-month renovation will feature all new strength equipment, including a rack system with squat racks and three platforms, a larger dumbbell area, a strength circuit, cable crosses, a beginner free weight area, a dedicated stretching area, and new flooring. 


Capital Campaign 

The Feith Family YMCA has raised approximately $300,000 to support the improvements to its Feith Family location. The project total is approximately $350,000. If you want to donate to the capital campaign, please contact Hannah Karrels at [email protected] or call 262-247-1047.